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Wine and Dine

The Japanese attribute the success of their spirits to the weather. Indian whisky expert Sandeep Arora indulges in the mild warmth of their spirits.

In 2011, a handful of restaurants redefined 'fine dining'. Anamika Butalia explains why they have raised the bar.
Debailleul isn't the first Belgian patisserie to hit Indian shores, but it certainly sets the bar high with its superlative spread.
Swigging malts like the Scots or guzzling beer with the Danes, let's trace cultural diversity through drinking cultures.
The Ploof Deli Kitchen and Bar, Delhi puts a spin on classic continental cuisine, but its main USP is a premium fresh produce shop.
Indians are spending more and more on imported spirits as they acquire a taste of the world.
This all-day dining spot at The Leela Palace, Delhi has its pulse on the Indian palate as it combines design aesthetics with experimental flavours.
It created a revolution in culinary arts when it opened seven years ago. It is still winning awards.